Temporary heat is commonly used on construction projects in winter. Beyond the obvious benefit of keeping the work environment warm for employees and materials, it ensures proper air ventilation inside an enclosure. While heat is not required in summer, maintaining good ventilation is critical. Temporary air movers provide a safe work environment and keep your project on track during the hot, humid summer months.
At BABFAR, we’re committed to customer care, and each day we strive to raise the bar in the temporary heating industry. Our dedication to our clients sets us apart from the competition, as each of our employees remain focused on customer needs unlike any other provider on the market. As a family-owned company, we also take pride in our reputation, and we only onboard team members who align with our goals and future visions. With that in mind, we are posting an Employee Spotlight series. Here, we’ll feature one of the valued members of our team and give you a chance to get to know them and the talents they bring to our operation. We know that a team that grows and expands is also one that thrives. We want to continue to grow that trust and loyalty with our customers to exceed expectations.
You’re probably familiar with direct-fired and indirect-fired heaters. Depending on the environment and application, you’ll choose one or the other for your next construction project. But, did you know that there are different types of direct-fired heaters? It’s true. One type of direct-fired heater gives you the fuel efficiency of a direct-fired heater and the safety of an indirect-fired heater. Before we do a deep dive, let’s do a quick refresher.
View Original Article. . . It’s hard not to think about ice cream on a hot day like this! Check out this ‘cool’ TBT from 1993. . . Deemed the ‘Scooper Dome,’ a giant air-supported structure was inflated by two powerful BABFAR heaters which enabled contractors to continue concrete work right through the winter on Ben & Jerry’s manufacturing facility in St. Albans.